Living Space

How can we define graphic designers’ work nowadays? It is incarnated in a variety of media, postures and approaches that are extensive. From that point of view, is an exhibition still the most suitable media for rendering the outcome?

Graphic design is now clearly displayed on media other than posters that are honoured by the International Competition. Via Living Space, the Festival commissions...

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This is not a wild card

Three studios are sharing the space of the Chapelle des Jésuites. Åbäke, Dexter Sinister and Our Polite Society have accepted the invitation to question the status and the nature of the project itself that they are presenting.

For quite a few years now, the exhibitions of M/M (Paris) in 2003, Pierre di Sciullo in 2004, Christophe Jacquet in 2005, Michel Quarez in 2006, Richard Niessen...

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Signs of the Great War

2014 is the centennial of the beginning of the First World War. This conflict is also the turning point that marked the beginning of the twentieth century, the transition from tradition to modernity. The rapid industrial expansion also concerned the production and diffusion of images and the media.

The fact that the conflict was observed by means of images gives war a new face : not a face...

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"Students, all to Chaumont!" 2014

Tangled up in the logic of digital production and...

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Workshops 2014

The workshops are only intended for students and now...

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International Competition

Instored as of the creation of the Festival,...

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BOOKROOM!

Salon de l'édition
For...

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Felix Pfäffli

Felix Pfäffli, graphic designer living and working...

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Student Competition 2014

The competition Students, All to Chaumont...

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Schools at Work

After the success of Iron Cubes in 2012 and the...

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